Our bathrooms are supposed to be a quiet and peaceful space to retreat to when we need a moment to ourselves. Many of us don’t see the need to decorate it because it’s not the focal point of our home.
Besides running water, the most important aspect of a bathroom is the window because it provides natural light and fresh air. Whether you have a large window or a small window, it’s important to consider a treatment that will last and that fits the overall color scheme of your home. There are many different types of window treatments out there today that are fancy and expensive, but don’t offer quality. Bathrooms are usually humid spaces and require treatments that can handle large amounts of moisture. Privacy is another important factor when choosing window treatments.
When it comes to decorating your bathroom the possibilities are endless, but finding quality treatments for your bathroom windows can be tricky. Some trendy yet reliable window treatments are; cellular shades, faux wood blinds, aluminum shades and roller shades. Cellular shades are moisture resistant and offer privacy, which is a necessity. Faux wood blinds are trendy because they look like high end wood, and are also moisture resistant.
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Also, aluminum blinds are ideal for a bathroom because they will not be affected by prolonged exposure to humidity and they offer durability and privacy. Another stylish, yet durable type of window treatment is roller shades. Many roller shade fabrics are made from durable and moisture resistant polyesters and vinyl. Additionally, there are many fabrics, colors, prints and textures available. Whether you like to decorate your bathroom or you just prefer simplicity, picking the right window treatment should be at the top of your list.
For more information about which window treatment is right for you, visit Alpine Shutters at 28326 Constellation Rd., #201 Valencia C.A 91354 or call (661) 251-1038 www.alpineshutters.com
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